Beyond 'Witnessing': Children's Experiences of Coercive Control in Domestic Violence and Abuse

Deanne Mitchell
Monday, April 29, 2019

This study looked at children's lived experiences of domestic violence and coercive control, and considers whether understanding them as direct victims might have implications for support services, including social care, mental health support and legal protection.

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